April 5 books are linked. And here are pointers to the forum threads for April 4 and April 3
Today, Thursday, there were about 600 temporarily free books on some lists, but half of those books were said to have actually been released already on Wednesday.
Forum regulars post titles and descriptions for the books that each pick as interesting for themselves, as that should help others who don't have the time to go check out hundreds each day.
The message threads with "no chat" in them are ending tomorrow, and the ones "with chat" may take longer to read through. Starting today, I'll link to the threads "with chat" and you can just skim them to get the books of interest if you want them sooner.
For today, though, April 5, I've also posted, on an ongoing blog page, a list of 177 links to free Kindle books chosen Thursday by 35 Kindle forum regulars. There are descriptions or genre information for many of these and a few of the books are discussed.
Again, these are recommended free Kindle book links for Thursday, April 5.
Recently discounted books
There is also a popular message thread of links to good Kindle books that have recently had the price lowered. I haven't mentioned these lately, and I'll link you to those starting at the page showing listings March 31, 2012 and after, as earlier ones will more likely be back at regular pricing.
As with free books, these often last for only days (sometimes only hours, on promos, though some will remain at the lower price for a longer time). You might want to skip ahead there to catch the latest ones first and work backwards, but this gives you a starting point in a humongous list.
Thursday's Kindle Daily Deal [Changed this from Wednesday's]
As usual, a reminder that there's the ongoing Kindle Daily Deal -- Thursday,' Ball Four', "...published in 1970, Jim Bouton's classic tell-all is a funny and highly revealing insider's take on professional baseball life. His honest insights literally changed the public's image of professional athletes..." by Jim Bouton, 99c Thursday (it was $8.79 on Wednesday), 108 customer reviews, 4.6 stars avg.
Many of you use an ongoing bookmark
Playstation 3 gets Amazon Instant Video (including Prime, for Prime members)
Benzinga's Allie Wickman reports Amazon's announcement the other day that Sony's PS3 system is the the first and only video game console system to offer Amazon Instant Video. Customers can access Amazon Instant Video on their PlayStation 3 system for free by installing the Amazon Instant Video app directly from the TV/Video Services category on the XMB (XrossMediaBar), and the app can also be found in the PlayStation store and under a listing of the media and apps.
For more information on how to get started visit the Playstation3 Amazon Instant Video page
If you don't have a PlayStation 3 console but are interested in one, here's their listing of PlayStation 3 systems
Also -- "...to celebrate the launch of the PS3 system app, Amazon is offering the first episode of more than 100 TV shows for free instant streaming to both Prime and non-Prime customers."
Kindle Touch 3G, US-only Kindle Touch WiFi (US) Kindle Touch WiFi-Only, outside US
Kindle Keybd 3G (UK: Kindle Keybd 3G) K3 Special Offers K3-3G Special Offers DX
Check often: Temporarily-free recently published ones
Guide to finding Free Kindle books and Sources. Top 100 free bestsellers. Liked-books under $1
UK-Only: recently published free books, bestsellers, or £5 Max ones
Also, UK customers should see the UK store's Top 100 free bestsellers.
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